MBioS 529: Selected Topics in Cell Biology. Module 3: Molecular Signaling Mechanisms (15 hrs) – coming soon in Spring 2019
- In this section, we will focus on the signal transduction pathways involved in cell proliferation, cell division, cell death, cancer, innate immunity & inflammation, vertebrate reproduction, as well as cell fate and cell polarity. The format will be the combination of the lecture and paper discussion and participation.
MBioS 503: Advanced Molecular Biology (15 hrs): the First Section – Fall 2018
- A 6-week-section (15 hrs) that includes the topics of Gene Organization, Genome & Evolution, Chromosomes, Chromatin, Transcription, RNA translation and regulation, as well as protein translation.
- The format is focused on student-led presentations and discussions.
- Material covered is based on Lewin’s Gene XII and current publications pertinent to the topics discussed above.
MBioS 564: Topics in Biomedical Experimentation. Module 1: Philosophy of Experimental Design (15 hrs) – Fall 2016 & Spring 2018
- A 5-week-course (15 hrs) that designed to help graduate students to develop understanding principles of experimental design.
- Drs. Simasko and Winuthayanon, use David Glass’s book: “Experimental design for biologists” to discuss about how to do science throughout the course. No lecture!
- Here are some materials for the first week: Good read!
MBioS 579: Graduate Student Seminar Series (15 hrs) – Fall & Spring 2016-2018
- A weekly seminar series given by School of Molecular Biosciences (SMB) graduate students.
- SMB students are required to given three seminars throughout their graduate education.
- A 20-min talk with 5-min Q&A from the audience.
- 1st year graduate students stay after the seminar to discuss the presentation with the speakers.
- Signaling by Cytosolic Receptors
Team teaching with Dr. Paulette Dillard for Haman Anatomy & Physiology, Shaw University, Raleigh, NC, Fall 2014
- Drs. Dillard and Winuthayanon used Marieb Human Anatomy & Physiology (9th Ed) to team-teach the junior class.
- Dr. Winuthayanon was responsible for these topics:
- Cells: The Living Units
- Tissues: The Living Fabric
- Bones and Skeletal Tissues
- Muscles and Muscle Tissues
Guest Lecture for Graduate Genetics, NC Central University, Durham, NC, 2013 (1 lecture)
- Animal Models
WSU Team Mentoring Program (TMP), 2018
- Dr. Winuthayanon delivered a lecture on how TMP mentor students can help the mentees finding their community in STEM field.
NIEHS Scholars Connect Program, 2012-2013
- Dr. Winuthayanon and other volunteers from the NIEHS designed the course and handout related to “It’s a small world: Cells & DNA” for the middle school students at the Lowes Grove Middle School in Durham, NC.
Citizen Schools in partnership with the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 2012